Marshall Vauxhall roadshow in Hitchin town centre this weekend

PUBLISHED: 15:26 17 May 2016 | UPDATED: 15:26 17 May 2016

Vauxhall Astra

Vauxhall Astra


Marshall Vauxhall in Knebworth is delighted to be offering customers the chance to get up close and personal with its range of vehicles at Hitchin town centre from this Friday to Sunday (May 20-22).

Not only will shoppers be given the opportunity to view some of the newest editions to the Vauxhall line-up, including the New Astra, as well as the Viva, Corsa and Vivaro, they will also be able to enter into a prize draw over the weekend for the chance to win a bottle of Champagne.

Neil Michaelson, general manager at Marshall Vauxhall Knebworth, comments: “We’re delighted to be able to offer our customers a look at the amazing range where they will be able to view at the innovative features and designs, ask any questions about our range and meet some of our fantastic team members.”

Motor enthusiasts will have the chance to explore the range which combines quality design, high practicality, with advanced driving and technology. Whether you’re in the market for a family favourite hatchback or a city slicker, the dealership has experienced and knowledgeable staff that can help you choose your dream car on the day.

Neil adds: “We would like to invite everyone to come down and meet the team and get up close and personal with our range.”

For more information on the Vauxhall range, please visit the retailer at 51-53 London Road, Woolmer Green, Knebworth SG3 6JB. Alternatively call 01438 415702 or go online to

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